Last minute help for April 3 grant deadline

March 29, 2023
Last-minute help available now for April 3 grants!
Join RISCA staff for guidance on how to submit your application
Last Minute Grant Support – Zoom Drop In
Friday, March 31, at 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Register here
Final Last Minute Grant Support – Zoom Drop In
Monday, April 3, at 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Register here
Grants close on April 3
This is a new public art commission for artwork for the R.I. State Police Southern Barracks to be built in West Greenwich. The budget for the artwork is $100,000 with an application deadline of Monday, May 1.
The Call is open to working artists, who reside in R.I., Mass., Conn., N.H., Vermont, Maine and N.Y. Undergraduate students are excluded.
The “In Conversation: Arts and Health” series features artists, creatives, health professionals and other innovators who believe the power of the arts to engage communities and improve well-being.
Mark your calendar for the next dialogue on April 19, 4:30 p.m.- 6 p.m., at the RISD Museum, 20 N. Main St., Providence.
Alexandra Poterack, Director of Academic Programs, RISD Museum, will discuss the museum’s clinical art program. Hera Gallery’s Sonja Czekalski, Gallery Director, and Wendy Wahl, board member, will share some of the initiatives of the gallery’s educational foundation, which is based in Wakefield.
Wednesday, April 19, 4:30 p.m.- 6 p.m.
The RISD Museum of Art
20 N. Main St., Providence
You’re invited to ask questions and staff will provide answers
Challenge America offers support primarily to small organizations for projects in all artistic disciplines. On April 12, at 2 p.m., during a virtual Q&A session, NEA’s Challenge America staff members will host an informal session on the application process.
Wednesday, April 12, at 2 p.m.
Each year, the Providence Art Club welcomes artists from throughout the country to submit work for an open exhibition. This year’s exhibition and programs at The Art Club will celebrate founding member Edward Mitchell Bannister (1828-1901).
The exhibition will be juried by Independent Curator and Gallerist Krista Scenna. The deadline is May 1.
RIDE is examining the current standards and building a comprehensive arts curriculum. An arts framework that will help all stakeholders understand the National Core Arts Standards and envision how they can be used for arts education.
RIDE’s Arts Education Coordinator Carolyn Bennett is asking for input, at inflection points during the process, from a diverse group of stakeholders and community members. RIDE is kicking off the framework process by asking you to assist in creating a vision for student success in the arts.
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